Georgia Southern Eagles Logo

Georgia Southern Eagles Logo
A stylized eagle has been the centerpiece of the Georgia Southern Eagles logo since at least 1982. It does not mean that the emblem has remained untouched, though.

Meaning and history

Georgia Southern Eagles logo history


The old emblem unveiled in 1982 depicted the eagle’s head in a pretty abstract way. The side view of the head was given in white between a dark blue and a gold field.
The 2004 logo, by contrast, featured not only the head but also the body and the wings of the eagle placed over the lettering “Georgia Southern.”
In 2010, the team adopted a logo where the eagle’s head was positioned above the name of the team. Both the eagle and the typography were redrawn for the updated Georgia Southern Eagles logo.

Georgia Southern Eagles baseball

Georgia Southern Eagles baseball logo
The most successful seasons for Georgia Southern University have taken place in 2009 when they won Southern Conference Baseball Tournament and 2011 when they won SoCon Tournament.

Georgia Southern Eagles football

Georgia Southern Eagles football logo
The Eagles have won six FCS (I-AA) national championships. Also, the athletic program is known for producing two Walter Payton Award winners.